American Fork Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1021 North 150 West, American Fork, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84003, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1021 North 150 West, American Fork, is near Timpanogos Cave National Monument, John Hutchings Museum of Natural History, and Sand Bench Trail.
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Travel Blogs from American Fork

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by sojanet on Sep 15, 2014

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... with a mini disco ball in the bathroom. I just left it there because the staff didn't seem that trustworthy and I figured the person would come back to retrieve it. Then I saw a lady with frizzy highlighted hair and a tacky black tank top, and I knew the phone must belong to her.. Haha so I went up to her and asked her about her phone, and she was forever grateful! Happy ending :) Then we drove 4 hours to Salt Lake City! The mountains changed drastically. They are more ...

I Like to See It Lap the Miles

A travel blog entry by dyer0930 on Jun 04, 2014

23 photos

... down, it was going to come together, and I had butterfly closures in our first aid kit. After going through the torture of getting stitches in his chin a few weeks earlier only to have him pull them out the next day, I wasn't enamored of the idea of going through that again if it wasn't absolutely necessary.

After that practically everybody on the train knew who we were and the other passengers kept asking about D for the rest ...

Travelling Day

A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Jul 18, 2013

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... landing so don't remember the flight! We had two hours in Seattle to kill so had a little look at the shops and skyped dad! Our flight was delayed half an hour and then I found out the flight man put in me in some better seats! Yay! Oh Seattle's airport is massive! We had to catch two trains and a shuttle just to get to the transfer plane! How insane! Lots of Love, Amanda ...

Over the mountains to Salt Lake City...

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 04, 2012

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The next day we spent our time exploring the Uintahs by foot and by Blue. A side trip up to Christmas Meadows gave us an opportunity to do some wildlife viewing, unfortunately no moose or elk decided pranced up to us. We did spot some mule deer just off of the road. The weather was bright and clear once again for our drive over Mirror Lake Road to the Samak and Kamas side of the Uintahs. With the change ...

Wyoming - The most 'Nothing' we've seen in the USA

A travel blog entry by avalonakasha on Jan 07, 2012

... big 'M' on a massive post about 30 metres high. They all look like kids in school trying to raise their hand the highest to get the teachers attention :- 'Me! Me! Me! Me!' It's so funny.

But not in Wyoming. We drove for a good 2 hours before we came across anything at all, usually there is a state welcome centre, but there was nothing. Eventually we came across a small rest stop, but it had a very country feel to it. There was a cowboy ...